Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: RS: a possible ending - but not all the steps to get there
From: mpax@pbs.org (Cool Bean)
Date: 1991-04-15, 14:38
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <0PwD12w164w@halcyon.uucp>, halcyon!hikaru@seattleu.edu (Demosthenes) writes:
> > amanda@wam.umd.edu (Amanda ) writes:
> > 
>> >> In article <1991Apr13.091500.521@arizona.edu> dmittleman@misvax.mis.arizona.e
>>> >> >Final scene:
>>> >> >
>>> >> >We are just inside the doorway of Cooper's room at the Great Northern.  We 
>>> >> >see Cooper in a profile view sitting in a wooden chair at his desk/dresser 
>>> >> >staring blankly into the mirror in front of him (not wholly unlike the 
>>> >> >opening scene with Josie).  The woom is dark and warm and woody.  The
>>> >> >camera angle slowly moves towards Cooper circling around behind him.  Very
>>> >> >haunting TP music picks up in the background.  As the camera comes arond 
>>> >> >behind Cooper we can see his reflection in the mirror.  It is Bob smiling 
>>> >> >and laughing back out at him.  The picture fades to black.  "Lynch/Frost"
>>> >> >appears on the screen. 
>> >> 
>> >>      I LOVE IT!!! 
>> >>      That would be the _best_ ending!! This is the _only_ ending worthy of
>> >> Twin Peaks!
>> >>      If they don't end it this way, their ending doesn't count. :)
> > 
> > Problem: How does BOB posess him?

Through his dreams.  It is known that he is either gifted or damned, for
those are the only ones who can see him. 

--Cool Bean
-- **This is not cultural.


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